Posts Tagged ‘.NET Core’

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Migrate Optimizely CMS Project to .NET 6.0

Optimizely CMS .NET 6 Route Map In September 2021, Optimizely released DXP platform for Microsoft .NET – .NET 5 (Formerly known as .NET Core). This release included CMS version 12 and Commerce version 14. In November 2021, Microsoft released .NET 6. February 2022, Optimizely released version 12.4.0 CMS Core packages (Minor version release), with no […]

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Optimizely CMS 12 – Dependency Injection(DI) – StructureMap vs ASP.Net Core

If you are upgrading to Optimizely CMS 12, one of the breaking changes to consider is the change to the Dependency Injection(DI) framework. Earlier versions of Optimizely CMS had their own DI hosting framework that supported other concrete DI implementations, like StructureMap. With CMS 12 and ASP.Net Core, DI framework is built into the system. […]

Optimizely CMS 12 – .NET 5.0 – Build/Deploy in DevOps (YAML)

The second I created a NET 5 project, the first anxiety-filled thought that ran through my head was something along the lines of… “How the heck am I going to build/deploy this to anywhere useful?!” As I mentioned in my previous post about the DXCS006 error code, this is one of the first times that […]

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Optimizely CMS 12 – .NET 5.0 – Error ID DXCS006

I recently was able to start using one of the new Linux (.NET5.0/CMS12) DXP instances to do some testing/development in, and I came across an interesting error that threw me for a loop. I, for one, am not very versed in .NET Core, so this is all very new to me, so needless to say, […]

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Key Takeaways from Episerver Ascend 2019

Episerver’s Ascend 2019 conference is over. As usual, Episerver put together an engaging experience for all customers, marketers, developers, and partners. They highlighted the accomplishments of the past year and they laid out the roadmap for next. Intriguing and inspirational keynotes kicked off the breakout sessions for each day, with plenty of networking opportunities peppered […]

.NET Core Cross Platform – Windows vs Linux

We’ve heard a lot about .NET Core over the past half year. I’m sure that enormous numbers of developers need cross-platform integration and support for services and tools. To some extent, the generation of .NET Core can be used to fulfill this need. .NET Core is a general purpose development platform maintained by Microsoft and the .NET […]